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MHajduk



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sleepsleep wrote:
Whitney Houston (one of the greatest female singer)
Million Dollar Bill
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=timEz8jKaec

enjoy while luck on our side.
Yeah, Whitney Houston is a great singer, I like her. Smile

You are good spirit of this forum, sleepsleep. Wink
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
BTW, I should find something extra-legal for you (hundred years old female singer).
No, you shouldn't. Thank you anyway. Laughing
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YONG wrote:
Is she legal? Rolling Eyes
legal for what? singing?

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Post 18 Dec 2009, 16:18
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MHajduk



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Three quite catchy songs from the Mari El, autonomic republic of the Russian Federation, placed along the Volga River:Wink
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sleepsleep wrote:
[[ The Smurfs - Lullaby ]] - good night song, too bad, idk who is the song writer, and who sing it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtFYod3rN7U
The original composition written by Johannes Brahms - Lullaby in 1868.


New Age electronic music composer and keyboardist Øystein Sevåg was born in Norway in 1957, beginning piano lessons at age five.
Tracks below taken from 1996 CD Visual a collaboration with Lakki Patey, a cd i have heard countless times.

Oystein Sevag and Lakki Patey - Here And Forever
Oystein Sevag and Lakki Patey - Cahuita
Oystein Sevag and Lakki Patey - Paintful Love
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
Three quite catchy songs from the Mari El, ...
Hehe, nice and lazy black cat! Wink

The holidays are coming. Here you have a duet in the holiday mood:

Sarah Connor & Connie Talbot - Ave Maria

Wink
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Picnic wrote:
Oystein Sevag and Lakki Patey - Paintful Love
Not painful at all. It's moody and relaxing. A very beautiful song indeed! Razz
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YONG wrote:
The holidays are coming. Here you have a duet in the holiday mood:

Sarah Connor & Connie Talbot - Ave Maria

Wink
Yeah, excellent classic composition, we all heard many interpretations of it. Smile Proper recommendation for the forthcoming Xmas. Wink
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YONG wrote:
Picnic wrote:
Oystein Sevag and Lakki Patey - Paintful Love
Not painful at all. It's moody and relaxing.
Yes, I agree, it isn't painful music, it's quite paintful. Wink Seems that we have something like neologism here ("paintful = colorful")? Razz Wink

I liked also the second Picnic's recommendation (Cahuita) - so ambient. Especially I liked guitar play there. Smile
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MHajduk



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Wonderful Christmas carols are very important element of the Polish tradition and culture. Here you have two of them performed by State Folk Group of Song and Dance 'Mazowsze':Smile
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YONG



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Nice Xmas carols. Razz

I don't know why - but these Xmas carols remind me of the following classic:

Greensleeves

Wink
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YONG wrote:
I don't know why - but these Xmas carols remind me of the following classic:

Greensleeves

Wink
Maybe because all these songs have common roots? Who knows? There is evidence that Celts lived in the southern Poland at least in the third century BCE (see diachronic distribution of Celtic peoples). Wink
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Another beautiful music piece by Polish composer Stanisław Moniuszko, its main melody is based on a Polish dance Polonaise ):And quite well known Polonaise from the movie "Pan Tadeusz"Movie was based on the poem under the same title by Adam Mickiewicz, describing life in the eastern parts of Poland during the Napoleonic Wars (the story takes place in 1811 and 1812). Smile
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MHajduk wrote:
YONG wrote:
I don't know why - but these Xmas carols remind me of the following classic:

Greensleeves

Wink
Maybe because all these songs have common roots? Who knows? There is evidence that Celts lived in the southern Poland at least in the third century BCE (see diachronic distribution of Celtic peoples). Wink
Wow! You're truly amazing! How could you know so much? I guess you've studied this by heart! (Yeah, starting from the Stone Age!) Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
Another beautiful music piece by Polish composer Stanisław Moniuszko, its main melody is based on a Polish dance Polonaise ):
It's like a lullaby - very calm and relaxing. I guess Picnic would like it very much! Smile

The Ballerina Music Box

MHajduk wrote:
And quite well known Polonaise from the movie "Pan Tadeusz"Movie was based on the poem under the same title by Adam Mickiewicz, describing life in the eastern parts of Poland during the Napoleonic Wars (the story takes place in 1811 and 1812). Smile
I think it's one of the best dancing scene I've ever seen in my life! Fantastic! Razz
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Enya is one of my favorite singers. Her voice always sounds heavenly, it's so ethereal and mesmerizing. Wink
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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Post 24 Dec 2009, 16:51
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MHajduk



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LocoDelAssembly wrote:
Hello again Smile
Secret Garden - Serenade to Spring
When I read the song title "Serenade to Spring" for the first time I was slightly confused (I thought "What a... ? Spring? We have beginning of the astronomical Winter here!"). Wink But, after a while, I realized that you live to the south from the equator, i.e. you have a beginning of the astronomical Summer there! Yeah, I should think more global... Embarassed Wink

The song you've posted is really very sublime and elegant, LocoDelAssembly! Smile
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